House in Nakameguro
Residential Architecture, Interiors Wall, Nakameguro, Lights Architecture, Hayashi Architects, Small House, Yoritaka Hayashi, Japan Architecture, Frostings Glasses
House in Nakameguro by Yoritaka Hayashi Architects. Like the use of frost glass + lantern effect
Minimal small house in Nakameguro, Tokyo by Yoritaka Hayashi architects
Residential Architecture: House in Nakameguro by Yoritaka Hayashi Architects: '“..House in Nakameguro has four storeys but is the same height as surrounding three storey residences…Plywood lines the interior walls of the two middle floors, which include a first-floor living room and kitchen plus two second-floor bedrooms..” Interesting interior disposition and filtered natural light..'
// Tokyo, Japan, Architecture
Design Gjapan, Japan Poster, Japanese Graphics, Japan Graphics, Graphicdesign, Graphics Design, Fujji Sakuko, Grandfather Envelopes, Fujji Graphics
Grandfathers Envelopes by Fujji Sakuko
Grandfather’s Envelopes by Fujji #Graphic Design
Tokujin Yoshioka to present Prism chair for Glas Italia in Milan
Prism Glasses, Acrylics Glasses, Glas Italia Pr, Prism Chairs, Plates Glasses, Tokujin Yoshioka, Yoshioka Tokujin, Glasses Chairs, Design Object
Please can we just stop making chairs out of plate glass?
Prism Glass Chair x Glasitalia, by Tokujin Yoshioka
Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2012 Beauty.
Owens Spring Summ, Dark Eye, Asian Eye, Spring Summer, Spring Summ 2012, 2012 Beautiful, Summer Beautiful, Rick Owens, Eyes
5ft1: Asian Eyes Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2012 Beauty.
cherry blossoms in full bloom at Mount Yoshino Nara, Japan
Cherries Blossoms, Cotton Candy, Cherries Trees, Nara Japan, Mount Yoshino, Pink, Blossoms Trees, Travel, Full Bloom
Light pink | Cherry blossoms in full bloom at Mount Yoshino, Nara, Japan
I want to do to you what spring does with the cherry trees. Pablo Neruda Cherry blossoms in full bloom at Mount Yoshino, Nara, Japan
Looks like a Cotton Candy Town !! Cherry blossoms in full bloom at Mount Yoshino, Nara, Japan. Dear God.
Mount Yoshino in Nara, Japan. Apparently 30,000 Japanese Cherry Blossom trees cover the mountain.
Cherry Blossoms Full Bloom Mount Yoshino Nara Japan Amazing discounts - up to 80% off Compare prices on 100's of Travel booking sites at once Multicityworldtravel.com
Forget Me Not inspirations - Forget Me Not prints, Pattern design studio
Fish Tail, Prints Patterns, Studios Alt, Fishtail, Fish Scale, Mermaids Tail, Silver Fish, Zoom Photo, Design Studios
Zoom Photo #glitter #fish #tail #ocean #water #sea #salt
#fishtail #kirakira metallic sequins
Sparkling Fish Scale
inspiration for a mermaid's tail
Donfish Pescalobonito, Donfisher, Crafts Ideas, Fish Bags, Mrwonder Donfish 012, Don Fisher, Pencil Cases, De Don, Pescalobonito Bonito
* LA PÊCHE MIRACULEUSE DE DON FISHER * Elles ne sont pas attendrissantes ces trousses en forme de poisson ? #fish #designfood #cute #poisson #pastel #school
Madrid ¡Bonitos recién pescados! #donfisher #pescalobonito #bonito
fun fish bags
Tokyo Tsukiji, Fish Art, Tokyo Fish Marketing, Tokyo Japan, Tsukiji Fish Marketing, Art Design, Japan O' Rama, Japan Spirit, Marketing Signs
Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market sign. effective
Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market! #Tokyo #Japan #fish #art #design
Kodama Trio by Gimpbeast. A kodama is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek mythology). According to the 13th century Ryōbu Shinto manual Reikiki, kodama can be found in groups in the inner reaches of mountains. They occasionally speak, and can especially be heard when a person dies.
Kodama (a tree spirit)
Not Them Miyazaki, Forests Spirit, Trees Spirit, Art, Princess Mononoke, Kodama Trio, Princesses Mononoke, Studios Ghibli, Gardens Statues
Japanese folk lore - forest spirits garden statues - based on Princess Mononoke a 1997 Japanese animated epic historical fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, animated by Studio Ghibli
Tree Spirits from Princess Mononoke. Studio Ghibli
Princess Mononoke yard art :3
Kodama Trio by Gimpbeast. A kodama is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek mythology). According to the 13th century Ryōbu Shinto manual Reikiki, kodama can be found in groups in the inner reaches of mountains. They occasionally speak, and can especially be heard when a person dies. They were also featured in the Studio Ghibli film "Princess Mononoke."
Dawn on Lake Yamanaka 1931 - Kawase Hasui
Lakes Yamanaka, Hasui Japan, Yamanaka 1931, Japan Art, Kimonos Japan, Coffee Hasui, As Hasu, 1 Art, Collection Kawa
Dawn on Lake Yamanaka | LACMA Collections Kawase Hasui (Japan, 1883-1957)
dawn on lake yamanaka 1931 - kawase hasui
Japanese paper fan, Sensu 扇子
Fans Sensu, Japanese Fans, Noh Workshop, Beautiful Fans, Stephane Baberi, Japan Paper, Paper Fans, Japan Noh, Japan Photography
Japanese paper fan, Sensu 扇子 Noh workshop, Japan. Photography by Stephane Babery
Poster Design, Japanese Prints, Theater Poster, Japan Theater, Nami Masuda, Graphics Design, Design Poster, Covers Design, Color Poster
gurafiku: Japanese Theater Poster: Please Don’t Love. Nami Masuda. 2011 #handmade #design #poster
Chaos and Color: Poster Inspiration Board
theatrical poster design | Japanese Theater Poster: Please Don’t Love. Nami Masuda. 2011
Japanese magazine cover design.
nami masuda - japan theater poster
Japanese Theater Poster: Please Dont Love. Nami Masuda. 2011 ✭ graphic design
Takashi Murakami “Skulls & Flowers Blue”, 2013. Acrylic on canvas on aluminum frame. 78 3/8 x 60 1/4 inches, ©2013 Takashi Murakami / Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd.
Murakami Skull, Aluminum Frames, 2013 Takashi, 78 3 8, 1 4 Inch, Takashi Murakami, 60 1 4, Canvas, Flower Blue
WHITE CYCLONE, JAPAN | Real WoWz
Travel Parks, White Cyclones, Mie Prefectur, Travel Girls, Rollers Coasters, Spas, Spa Land, Nagashima Spa, Japan Travel
White Cyclone (ホワイトサイクロン Howaito Saikuron) is a wooden roller coaster at Nagashima Spa Land in Mie Prefecture, Japan. At 1,700 m (5,600 ft) in length, White Cyclone is the third longest wooden roller coaster in the world.
Japanese artist Sachiko Abe sits atop a building in a white gown, cutting countless sheets of A4 paper into thin, wispy strips. Surreal!
Performing Art, Building, Calm Activities, Liverpool, Japan Artists, Cut Paper, Sachiko Abed, 15 Years, White Gowns
Cut Paper by Sachiko Abe. as seen by myself in liverpool biennial
Performance art. Japanese artist Sachiko Abe sits atop a building in a white gown, cutting countless sheets of A4 paper into thin, wispy strips. The performance piece known as Cut Paper is both calming and mystifying. Abe sits for hours on end meticulously shredding paper whose cut feathery strands measure a mere 0.5mm in width. She first began this practice while in a mental institution over 15 years ago because it proved to be a calming activity—an alternative form of meditation.
Japanese rice crackers and sweets
Culinary Foodart, Asian Food, Rice Crackers, Art Food, Food Plat, Food Sweet Delicious, Food Photo, Japanese Rice, Food Foodporn
Japanese rice crackers and sweets- #presentation #plating #recette #dressage #assiette #artculinaire #art #food #foodporn #artfuldining #gastronomy #gastronomic #dessert #fooddesign #culinary #foodart #dining #gourmet #gourmand #gastronomist #bonvivant #foodandart #joiedevivre #museumviews #HauteCuisine
Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan